Clinical Application of Explanatory Theory

Contemporary Attachment Theory and Self Psychology Name Institutional Affiliation Contemporary Attachment Theory and Self Psychology Introduction Mellissa is a 28-year-old Hispanic woman. She is currently separated from her husband of two years with Mellissa given full custody of their 6-years-old daughter. Mellissa is currently employed as a waitress at a local bar where she mostly works at night. She grew up in the foster system. She was born to a drug-addicted mother who was not able to provide proper care for her and her younger brother. Mellissa and her brother were placed in foster care when she was four years old. She was separated from her brother as they went to different foster...

5 different topics on Security

DATA ENCRYPTION Students Name Name of class Instructor Institutional Affiliation Name of City Date Data encryption through TrueCrypt and VeraCrypt The discussion is the importance of enhancing cyber security and is asking organisations and individuals that utilise TrueCrypt as their main encryption for system drives to take a look at its history and consider or suggest alternatives to that encryption to enhance their data security. The devices, such as Laptops and Personal Computers installed with TrueCrypt encryption are particularly vulnerable to hacking and should, therefore, be protected by other secure encryptions such as VeraCrypt. Organisations and companies should have discussions...

PLANS AS THEY RELATE TO YOUR EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER GOALS

Name: Instructor: Course: Date PLANS AS THEY RELATE TO YOUR EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER GOALS Through my education journey, I have always been interested in pursuing marketing and aviation careers. I chose marketing career due to my love for DECA class, which is one of the main classes that prepares one to become leaders and entrepreneurs for the marketing career and education in marketing. Moreover, DECA class have always been interesting since I joined the club and it inspires me every day to be a great entrepreneur. Through these classes, I have learned how to communicate my ideas and thoughts, and how to organize my presentation in relation to a marketing scenario. On the other hand, my...

Same-Sex Marriage #2

Same Sex Marriage Democracy precludes the rights of the citizens in choosing a government. The state and legislators are responsible for the running of the government and implementing of laws within the nation. Same-sex marriages preclude unions between people of the same sex (Conkle 30). Gays and Lesbians are typical examples of same-sex couples in the USA. Previously, citizens regarded homosexual relationships as unstable psychological people. Scientists carried out numerous researches on the matter and realized little information on the state of the couples within same-sex relationships. However, conservative communities such as African Americans and Filipinos vehemently opposed same-sex...

Moral Perspectives

Student’s name Instructor’s name Philosophy Date Moral PerspectivesMorals are rules and regulation put forward within a society, classifying right or wrong things in society (Durkheim 30). Philosophers have gradually advanced the rationale of ethical consideration in society. Precisely, morals personify one’s character. Scholars believe religion, conscience and upbringing hugely influence one’s moral character. Critics are divisive on the precincts of moral character and moral authority within any just society. Democracy has shifted the moral perspectives, to include unnatural sexual orientation and wanting decisions such as war and draconian laws. The essay evaluates the existence of...

Process of Problem Solving

Process of Problem Solving Author’s Name Institutional Affiliation Lecturer Due Date In almost every aspect of our life, we have encountered various problems. This aspect has been witnessed in workplaces, schools, and the social settings. Problems are depicted to be the center of what we always encounter or do in every. In as much as we may help in solving the problem, address an issue for either internal or external client, and discovering avenues to solve new emerging problems appropriately, we should acknowledge that the intensity, complexity, and difficulty of the problems that we always encounter vary (Boggs & Cook, 1992). To be your manager, one should conceptualize with avenues...

Nietzsche uses marriage as the prime example of the failure of modern institutions. Why does Nietzsche point to this example (out of all that he could have chosen) and What if his argument is correct? What are the implications for modern politics?

Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Argumentative Description of Political Science In the modern society, societal aspects have become more dynamic and ever changing in that institutions have to come up with reliable strategies that would not only enable them to cope with the changes but also avoid failing due to the changes occurring. It is very critical for an individual to identify the factors that cause many modern institutions to fail and how this failure can be either corrected or minimized. In an institution these are factors to which its management has to uphold, an institution has to be guided by its objectives to ensure it is not distracted from achieving these set objectives...

Rwanda-Central Africa or any other topics from unloaded file un research section from the syllabus

Name Institution Course Tutor Date Causes and Effects of the Rwandan Genocide The word ‘genocide’ originates from the Greek word ‘genos’ meaning tribe or race, and the Latin word ‘cide’ meaning killing (Cook 4). The Rwandan Genocide stands one of the worst massacres of its kind and one of the bloodiest wars in the history of the world (Cook 88). The genocide predominantly involved the slaying of the people of the Tutsi ethnic tribe. In just one hundred days, an approximately 800,000 Tutsis had been killed by people of the Hutu ethnic tribe (Barnett 4). This portion accounted for about a tenth of the population the East African nation. The Hutu also died during the genocide, but...

Income inequality and the resulting health effects

Income inequality and the resulting health effects. Income inequality is a global issue with its rising records since the recorded time. World concentration of wealth in few hands is on the increase. According to the Human Development report of 1996, out of the $23 trillion global gross domestic product, $18 trillion accrued to the industrialized countries. Developing countries are the home to 80% of the world’s population and had $5 trillion in the gross domestic share. The poorest 20% of the people experienced a decline of the global income from 2.3% to 1.4% in a thirty-year period. Shocking statistics apply to the United States where despite being the richest country in the world, there is a...

Fall prevention plan for the eldery

Fall Prevention for Elderly Name of the Student Institution affiliation Fall Prevention for Elderly Introduction A major threat in geriatric individuals is the risk of fall. Elderly patients are challenged by cognitive deficits like dementia and lack of physical fitness which makes them prone to falls. In the United States of America, one -third of individuals who are aged more than 65 years experience at least one episode of fall in any given year. One out of every ten falls is designated as a serious injury (Gillespie et al, 2004). Such injuries involve fracture femur, subdural hematoma or hip injury. All such injuries require hospitalization and the mobility of the...